Getting results is not just about doing the right things. It’s also about doing them in the right sequence.
We often seek guidance from a mentor or expert who can direct us to the right answer. But expertise has its limits. The antidote to expertise is experiments.
3 ways that asking “what business am I really in?” can help you keep your productivity on track and make progress on what matters most.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by too much to do, this one question can cut your to-do list by more than half by shifting your focus to what matters most.
Asking this one question before you take action can cut your to-do list in half and save you time, energy, money, and wasted effort.
What do you do when your motivation wanes, when you feel like everything is a huge effort with no payoff, when the muse doesn’t show up, when you feel like you’re losing momentum, and when you start to wonder why am I even doing any of this?
Celebrate the risk, not the result. If you’re willing to risk failure you can’t be mad at yourself when you fail.